The reversed vending machines are located in your local supermarket. 

Bottles and cans have a deposit mark (pantmærke) on them to let you know that you can deliver them in your local super market and get your deposit back.

You can recognize the Danish deposit mark as it always has a series of dots under two arrows in a circle. Different letters in the deposit mark symbol will let you know how much you pay as a deposit and therefore how much you will get back when returning the bottle or can in your local supermarket. 

Get your deposit (pant) back at your local supermarket

When delivering your bottles and cans there are usually two buttons on the reversed vending machine. 

You can choose to push the button that will allow you to get a receipt with the total amount you have payed as a deposit. Give it to the cashier in the store on your way out to get the amount up front or deducted from your purchase in the store. Or push the other button to donate the amount to charity. 

Find more information in English about deposits and where to take your bottles and cans on the website of Dansk Retursystem: